Anticipated Schedule for the repair of the city seawalls within Venetian Isles:
July 13, 2017 – Council approved award of contract
Anticipated schedule for the city seawall repairs in Venetian Isles
July 13 – August 11, 2017 – Contractor working on creating conformed copies of the contract. [Note: A conformed copy of a contract is a signed document in which all signatures and other handwritten amendments (for example, any dates, amounts and last-minute changes) are recorded in typed form. Conformed copies of the main documents signed in a deal are sometimes included in the bound set for ease of reference.]
We anticipate giving the Contractor a Notice to Proceed (NTP) by the close of August.
Start of construction in September
Completion of construction by the end of Feb 2018.
Scope of work:
Simplest: The work includes restoration of the seawall for stability and safety.
More detailed: The work includes the addition of seawall anchors, rebuilding the seawall caps, repairing cracks in the seawall, adding drains to the existing walls, installing some new vinyl seawall and adding stress beams to support the existing seawall in areas.
Complex: The work includes: Installing about 60 linear feet of ESP 8.5 x 14’ vinyl sheeting with cap, rebar, mantra ray anchors, French drain and drains, 245 linear feet sealing slab cracks, 285 PVC drain installation, 17 slab joint re -grouting, 72 linear feet of concrete cap replacement, 45 tie back rod, 53 linear feet of sealing cap cracks, 195 linear feet of installing concrete stress beam, 1 installing of concrete filled vinyl sheet pile, and repairing 2 cap spall.
Seawall Repair Update
Your VIHA has worked tirelessly to improve and enhance our wonderful neighborhood. Through deed restrictions, beautification efforts, city grants and city partnerships we are very proud of where we are today and where we are going in the future.
After several years of continually reporting to the city about the condition of the brick walkways and city seawalls within Venetian Isles...we have finally been approved for over a quarter of a million dollars in repairs!!!
The seawall repairs include Mermaid Point as well as all seawalls/walkways along Grand Canal Blvd.
A few weeks ago, the city did complete repairs that we found along Overlook Drive. These issues were discovered when the invasive trees were removed.
When we have more information , it will be posted to this page.
Thanks for your for support and interest.
The Venetian Isles Homeowners Association (VIHA)